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HPD shares Halloween Safety Tips

HalloweenYes, it is that time of the year! Not only are we inching our way towards cooler weather (hooray!), all are gearing up for Halloween, including Houston Police Department!

On Monday, October 7 at 5:30 PM, Officer D. Ulrich will share tips with families on how to have a safe Halloween. This program is intended for all ages so save the date and we'll see you here! Program meets in the 1st Floor Meeting Room. No registration is required.

In case you can't make it to this presentation, Officer Ulrich will visit on November 11 to share tips for Holiday Safety.

For more information, please call 281-360-6804 or visit 4400 Bens View Lane, Kingwood TX 77339.

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Preparing for Ender's Game

Are you excited for the long-awaited SciFi classic, Ender’s Game, to be released on the big screen this November? Before seeing the movie, I plan to brush up on the story.

Don't have time to read it in its original format? Try the graphic novel adaptation.

1-2-Cha-Cha-Cha: Latin Dance Demo

Latin DanceThere's still time to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with Kingwood Branch Library! On Wednesday, October 2nd at 6:30 PMFred Astaire of Lake Houston will demonstrate popular Latin dances including Salsa and Mambo at Kingwood Branch Library. In this hour-long program, participants will see the instructor explain each dance and moves then get to practice the steps with the help of the instructor.

This program is free and open to individuals ages 18 and over. Registration is recommended as space is limited; walk-ins are welcome if space permits.

Register online via our Events Calendar. For more information, please call 281-360-6804 or visit 4400 Bens View Lane.

DIY Flower Pots with Sugar Skull Designs

Flower PotsWhy should kids have all the crafting fun? This month marks our first Adult Crafternoon, a monthly craft program just for adults! Join us this Friday, September 20th at 2:30 PM for craft and conversation. In conjunction with Hispanic Heritage Month, we are decorating flower pots inspired by sugar skull designs. No registration is required. All materials are provided, while supplies last. Materials are provided courtesy of Friends of the Library Kingwood.

Want to keep up with future programs? Be sure to like us on Facebook and subscribe to our newsletter, Out on a Limb.

Keep Kingwood Green presents Recycling in Kingwood

RecycleNew to the area or want to know how you can keep Kingwood the Livable Forest? On Friday, September 13, from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM, Keep Kingwood Green (KKG) shares tips and resources for recycling opportunities in the Kingwood community. Attendees will receive a free tote bag courtesy of KKG while supplies last. Keep up with all things KKG by liking them on Facebook! While you're there, be sure to like us too.

This program is free and open to the public. Registration is not required. This program will be held in the 1st Floor Meeting Room of 4400 Bens View Lane. For more information, please call 281-360-6804 or visit library.

Kingwood Branch Library draws FOLK Adult Summer Reading Program Winner

SRP Nancy

In addition to system-wide prizes courtesy of Harris County Friends of the Library, Friends of the Library Kingwood (FOLK) contributed Kindle Touch readers to the Young Adult and Adult Summer Reading Programs (SRP). Kingwood teens and adults who read 5 titles or 600 minutes were eligible for the drawing.

Nancy Howley was the lucky adult winner of a Kindle Touch. Science teacher by day and avid reader by night, Nancy loves to read science books and biographies. She is currently reading Jessica Buchanan's Impossible Odds.

Batman and Superman, together at last

In entertainment news last week, Ben Affleck was announced to be cast as Batman in next year’s sequel to Man of Steel. The sequel is sure to make a splash as it is the first major motion picture to feature the two caped superheroes together! 

Can’t wait until 2015 to see the duo? Get your fill with these titles.

Kingwood Branch Library draws Adult Summer Reading Program Winner

Hats off to another great summer! Our 2013 summer reading program, Have Book - Will Travel, proved to be a success. As part of the Adult Summer Reading Program, every library branch drew names for $30 Amazon Gift Cards courtesy of Harris County Friends of the Library. Icy-Jo Trahan was our lucky winner here at Kingwood! She was very excited to receive her prize. You see? It does pay off to read!

Be sure to keep an eye out for next year's summer reading program. Have a great school year and visit us soon!

Comparing Search Engines

SearchAre you or somebody you know in need of internet tutorials? You know the basics, but do you want to know more? If so, tomorrow's class on Comparing Search Engines might be up your alley! In this class, we will compare popular search engines Google, Bing, and Yahoo. Follow along with the instructor or just observe the class.

Class starts at 11:00 AM and runs until 12:30 PM and will be in our 2nd Floor Computer Lab. Registration is recommended as space is limited. Register here or by calling 281-360-6804. See you there!

 

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Something for Everyone: Upcoming Computer Classes

Computer LabIf you haven't stopped by Kingwood Branch Library lately, you will be happy to know we've increased the number of computer classes with varying times and topics. Whether you're a beginner or need a refresher, we have something for everyone. Topics include but not limited to social media, tablets and eReaders, and more. The best part is that all of our classes are free. Registration is required as space is limited.

Listed below are our upcoming computer classes for August. For class descriptions and registration, please see our Events Calendar.

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